Mitch Wehrli took an unofficial visit to Colorado this past weekend and he had a great time despite not getting an offer.
The Phoenix (Ariz.) Desert Vista offensive lineman said he got great feedback from the Colorado coaching staff and hopes to stay in touch with the Buffaloes as his recruitment continues.
"The visit was really great and the area was outstanding," Wehrli said. "I like the environment up there a lot.
"It was just one day but they showed us around the facilities and the weight room and all the buildings.
"After that I got to meet with the offensive line coach and he was a really cool guy. I talked with Kirk Jones and coach (Jon) Embree came in and spoke for a little while. We went out to the field and watched the spring game and that was about it."
Wehrli, a 6-foot-4, 265-pound prospect, said the Colorado staff told him not to worry if he didn't receive an offer this off-season because they basically want to see more of him in his senior year.
The Phoenix Desert Vista standout took that as positive news and Wehrli is going to try his best to return for Colorado's summer camp although that might be difficult.
"They said I have good momentum going with my film, they like my film a lot, and they said if I don't get an offer by fall don't get discouraged because they want to see a little more of me," Wehrli said.
"Unfortunately, I can't go to their summer camp because it's the same week as my school camp. I'm going to try to work something out so we'll see about that."
Other than Colorado, Wehrli said he's been hearing from Stanford, Washington and North Dakota. He recently sent his film to Utah as well and hopes to hear from that coaching staff soon.